One of the most recognized spots in Girona for the Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones Walk in Girona, Girona

Pair Girona's history with the Game of Thrones by visiting filming locations like the Catedral de Girona and the Jewish Quarter.


When you arrive in Girona, you'll see exactly why the popular series Game of Thrones used the city for filming. Girona features iconic aspects of the show, including narrow, cobbled streets leading to medieval and Roman squares. The city's entire Old Town includes incredible Roman and medieval architecture, and your guide will take you through the streets to find those famous filming locations.


  • Visit the iconic sites of the Game of Thrones in Girona
  • Learn about the city's history along with scenes from the show
  • Enjoy sites like the Cathedral of Girona and the Arab Baths
  • Walk along the Old Walls and enjoy panoramic views
  • Stroll the same streets as the characters in the city's Jewish Quarter

Know before you go

3 hours
Recommended for
All ages
Small group, 8 people or less

What you'll do

If you're a fan of Game of Thrones, you can immerse yourself in the show's atmosphere, searching through Girona's quaint streets and lively squares. Your guide will bring you to many filming locations from the series' sixth season, when parts of the city were the show's canvas. You'll start by meeting your guide in the Old Town near the river and just around the corner from the Cathedral of Girona

As you walk through Girona, you'll learn about two histories: the city's real 2,000-year-old past and that of the fictional cities in the Game of Thrones. Some highlights include areas that became Braavos and King's Landing, plus the streets that follow the steps of Arya Stark and Jaime Lannister. Your guide will carry a tablet to see precisely how the locations in Girona compare to the show and rewatch some of the scenes shot in the city. 

Your starting point is Plaça Sant Feliu, and from there, you'll visit the scenic Plaça dels Jurats and Monestery de Sant Pere de Galligans. Your guide will help you understand the significance of these sites and areas of the city, both in Girona's history and that of the TV show. Next, you'll walk down the Paseo Arqueológico, one of the most picturesque areas of the city, with ancient buildings, old cobbled streets and staircases, parks, archeological ruins, and more. 

One of the most important parts of the city's archeological area is the Old Walls of Girona, which you can climb and walk across. The walls offer a unique look into Girona's medieval history, and your guide will show you how the Game of Thrones utilized this landmark. You'll also enjoy incredible panoramic views from the top. The walls end at the other end of the city, so you'll make your way back through the Old Town. 

Other sites from the show you'll see along your walk include the Arab Baths, steps to the Girona Cathedral, and charming streets like the Carrer de Bisbe Josep Cartañà, Carrer de Sant Llorenç, and Pujada de Sant Domènec. Remember, your guide will have a tablet ready to show you how the Game of Thrones used these sites in the filming. But, of course, Girona itself inspired the scenes, so your guide will show you even more of the city. Other sites include the French and German Gardens, additional landmarks in the Jewish Quarter, the Eiffel Bridge, Plaça Independencia, and more.

Start times

  • Daily
    10:30 am, 3:00 pm

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